I grew up in a secular household, but became somewhat of a practice dummy for apologetics and evangelism at a young age when my family moved to a remarkably Christian community. So while I've never been religious, and don't claim to fathom the kind of steadfast conviction that so often accompanies it, I do know the arguments (and sentiments) of religion intimately enough to deconstruct them. But I've also learned that a simple, thoughtful question is more powerful than any argument. And I hope to spend my Tuesday Afternoon asking a great deal of them. You can also find me on YouTube as "TheoreticalBullshit", and on Twitter as "CliftonsNotes".
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by Scott Clifton on March 21, 2012
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